Toggle/Switch Between Accounts
Toggle/Switch Between Accounts the same way you can do with gmail accounts. I have more than one gmail, and google allows me to switch between the accounts very easily. I'd like to see the same feature implemented in hotmail.
Allow me to switch to accounts w/o signing out.
Scott Colon commented
Allow user to switch between 2 different email account.
By clicking top right corner where my name is, it should allow me to click to another email.
with both email signed in at the same time.
Zachary Gomes commented
The ability to be logged in to two accounts, then have a "switch account" option when clicking on the name. Instead of having to log out then in again.
Tanvi Kapadia commented
I am not sure of this feature is already hidden somewhere. But i really wish there were a way to toggle between multiple outlook accounts. I don't mind typing out my password but I hate having to sign out of one to get to the other. And doing the whole thing all over again. Do something.
Please make hotmail accounts switchable without having the need of logout!!!!
Ebony Boddie commented
I used to be able to toggle back and forth between my two hotmail accounts without having to log out of one to get into the other. It seems that functionality is no longer available and I have to log out of one to get into the other. PLEASE bring this functionality back. Thank you
can we add multiple email accounts ... like in gmail ?
Cheryl Sperling commented
I am starting a business and would like to link my 2 email addresses together so that I can toggle between the two to keep up on what is coming in on the "business end" of my email. Is there a way to link the two together?
Bill Jones commented
Switch accounts should be an added feature that's embedded into outlook mail...like Gmails does. It would be a great feature!!!!!
Ocean Beach Mobile Marine commented
Switch email accounts without having to completely sign out of outlook.
I have two Outlook email accounts. I use my laptop most of the time, and find that I can't open more than one instance of Outlook email.
Is there a functionality I'm not aware of that allows me to switch between the two accounts without having to exit one before accessing the other?
Randy Coller commented
I have two outlook accounts. When I go to my outlook mail, it always signs me into the wrong account. Why can't I simply choose which account to log into rather than have the program mandate that I gon to one account over the other. Then, logging out and getting to the other account is difficult.
Outlook mail is very "clunky" compared to other e-mail servers. I can't believe Microsoft has a product that is this cumbersome to use.
how do I switch acc'ts with out lodging out?
Please reinstate the feature where a user can switch between different accounts without logging out. Google Gmail is a good reference.
We use 4 different hotmail/outlook email addresses to manage our businesses. It would be great to have an easy way to change between the email accounts, other than having to log out, go back to the outlook.com page, then log in again.
we should be able to sign into two accounts at once.
Make switch between Microsoft accounts faster.
Rizan Sinnen commented
An option to easily switch between accounts rather than logging out and back in. Its messy when a person sets to automatically forward emails from one account to the other. Since having a need to manage both personal and official emails is important, it would be comfortable to switch between them quickly than wasting time entering logging details for each try.
I am running two accounts for 2 different company's and it keep making me resign in can i avoid that? and can i have two differant signatures for accounts coming into the same inbox
OKAY so I have this new Windows-10 tower, but all I can go to is THIS email account... how do I go to other MSN or Hotmail accounts ? I can go to the Internet/ Web... I can go to Google, Bing, Yahoo. But every time I want to sign-in to any other email besides this one it does not, it only goes to THIS email... So far Windows 10 sucks just for this reason... also wont let me put Google as home page... I haven't tried to get FireFox yet... might...